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Windy City Times 2013-07-30

Icona Pop: How Swede it is

Living legend still performing at 82

Underrated Portland: Gay-friendly and fun

Jupiter Hotel: Breaking the mold

Branden James 'Got Talent'

David Alonson Bradberry goes 'Below Deck'

LAGBAC barbecue benefits LGBT groups

Andrew Goldstein shines on, off lacrosse field

AFC awarded grant to assist on healthcare changes

Stud 4 Life marks 1st anniversary

Cardinal George responds to Pope's comments on LGBTs

Chicago House Speaker Series welcomes Hillary Clinton

Nat'l Youth Pride Services confab in Chicago in Oct.

Retail tower planned for Lake View intersection

Manning not guilty of aiding the enemy

Immigration groups backing equal marriage lose Catholic funding

'Chefs and the City' stirs up funds for Vital Bridges

Illinois Unites for Marriage reports on Fall veto session strategies

LGBTQ groups attack NYPD profiling bill veto

Post DOMA, a deluge of litigation

Chicago should end relationship with Moscow, EI urges

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